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Originally Posted by Steph211 View Post
Without photos I can't suggest more on the algae types. But reducing light and adding plants should solve them. The diatoms should be gone once the biological balance is better, and it sounds like that is happening. Floating plants will work fastest here.
Cleaning the aquarium glass shoudl be a weekly task during the water change, at least the front glass. I have one of those scrapers with a sponge-type end that I run over the inside glass on the front of every tank whether I see anything or not. Doing this will get the algae at the first stage and you won't have it on the glass. The side and rear glass I usually leave, or if I see green algae forming I sometimes get it. I only have one tank where I see this.
Byron Hosking, BMus, MA
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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